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 "Roots and seeds of Angelica archangelica L. were collected from different localities in western, eastern and northern Finnish Lapland. Two root samples and 33 seed samples were extracted with n-hexane and analysed by GC-MS using a chiral β-cyclodextrin phase. Major compounds in the root oils were (−)-α-pinene (19-42%) and (+)-sabinene (21-28%). One of the oils contained 22% (+)-3-carene but the other one had none at all. The seed oils were dominated by (−)-β-phellandrene (>60%). Other major compounds were (+)-sabinene,​ (+)-α-pinene,​ myrcene, (−)-α-phellandrene,​ (−)-α-pinene and (−)-limonene. Some statistically significant differences between seed samples from different localities could also be found."​ \\ "Roots and seeds of Angelica archangelica L. were collected from different localities in western, eastern and northern Finnish Lapland. Two root samples and 33 seed samples were extracted with n-hexane and analysed by GC-MS using a chiral β-cyclodextrin phase. Major compounds in the root oils were (−)-α-pinene (19-42%) and (+)-sabinene (21-28%). One of the oils contained 22% (+)-3-carene but the other one had none at all. The seed oils were dominated by (−)-β-phellandrene (>60%). Other major compounds were (+)-sabinene,​ (+)-α-pinene,​ myrcene, (−)-α-phellandrene,​ (−)-α-pinene and (−)-limonene. Some statistically significant differences between seed samples from different localities could also be found."​ \\
 [Enantiomeric composition of monoterpene hydrocarbons in n‐hexane extracts of //Angelica archangelica//​ L. roots and seeds.Holm, Y., Vuorela, P., Hiltunen, R.,  Flavour and fragrance journal, Vol.12(6), 1997, 397-400] [Enantiomeric composition of monoterpene hydrocarbons in n‐hexane extracts of //Angelica archangelica//​ L. roots and seeds.Holm, Y., Vuorela, P., Hiltunen, R.,  Flavour and fragrance journal, Vol.12(6), 1997, 397-400]
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 +"A high content of β‐phellandrene (74.7%) was found in Angelica seed oil. Root oil contained a larger amount of macrocyclic lactones (1.3%) in comparison to the seed oil (0.4%). " \\
 +The highest‐boiling fraction of steam-distilled root oils contained 9.3% of macrocyclic lactones such as tridecano‐13‐lactone (5.0%), 12‐methyltridecano‐13‐lactone (0.4%), tetradecano‐14‐lactone (0.1%), pentadecano‐15‐lactone (3.5%), 14‐methylpentadecano‐15‐lactone (trace), hexadecano‐16‐lactone (trace), and heptadecano‐17‐lactone (0.2%). \\
 +[Lopes, Daíse, Herbert Strobl, and Paul Kolodziejczyk. "​14‐Methylpentadecano‐15‐lactone (Muscolide):​ A New Macrocyclic Lactone from the Oil of Angelica archangelica L." Chemistry & biodiversity 1.12 (2004): 1880-1887]
  
 Imperatorin is the most abundant furanocoumarin in the ethanolic seed extract of A.archangelica,​ comprising 40-50% of its total furanocoumarin content. Xanthotoxin is the second most abundant in the reaction mixture in the assay of the seed extract. The Acetylcholinesterase activity of imperatorin and xanthotoxin from Imperatorin is the most abundant furanocoumarin in the ethanolic seed extract of A.archangelica,​ comprising 40-50% of its total furanocoumarin content. Xanthotoxin is the second most abundant in the reaction mixture in the assay of the seed extract. The Acetylcholinesterase activity of imperatorin and xanthotoxin from
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